Metal Powder Industries Federation

Metal Additive Manufacturing Conference Issues Call for Presentations

August 2016

An official call for presentations has been announced for Additive Manufacturing with Powder Metallurgy 2017 (AMPM2017), June 13–15, 2017. This leading North American metal additive manufacturing conference will take place at the Bellagio, Las Vegas, Nevada, and features top industry experts in this fast-growing field.

Submission categories include the following:

"Metal additive manufacturing continues to take the spotlight in the manufacturing community," explains Dan Messina, technical services manager, Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF). "AMPM2017 provides a way for the latest research & development to be shared between scientists, manufacturers, and end-users and, since it's held in conjunction with POWDERMET2017, a leading powder metallurgy and particulate materials conference, the educational and networking opportunities are endless."

Submissions will be accepted through November 4, 2016. Visit ampm2017.org for details.

The conference is sponsored by the Metal Powder Industries Federation, the North American trade association representing the powder metallurgy industry, and its affiliate APMI International.

Download the full press release. (pdf)

Editor's Note: For further information contact Dan Messina at dmessina@mpif.org or (609) 452-7700.

About the Metal Powder Industries Federation
Metal Powder Industries Federation is the North American trade association formed by the powder metallurgy industry to advance the interests of the metal powder producing and consuming industries and provides a single point of reference for all MPIF member companies.

About APMI International
APMI International is a non-profit professional society which promotes the advancement of powder metallurgy and particulate materials as a science. Its purpose is to disseminate and exchange information about PM and particulate materials through publications, conferences, and other activities of the society.

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